Pronunciation of Wizard
/wˈɪzəd/, /wˈɪzəd/, /w_ˈɪ_z_ə_d/

Antonyms for wizard:

ignoramus, natural.

Synonyms for wizard:

Sense 1

prophet, past master, dab hand.

Sense 1 (noun)


Sense 2 (noun)

past master, dab hand.

conjuror (noun)


expert (noun)

connoisseur, journeyman, genius, expert, consultant, buff, pro, professional, master, artist, whiz, authority, crackerjack, sophisticate, specialist, technician, maven, adept.

intellectual (noun)


person who can perform magic (noun)

enchanter, witch, diviner, sorcerer, conjurer, magician, astrologer, soothsayer, necromancer, warlock, occultist, magus.

person who is highly skilled (noun)

virtuoso, pro, adept, ace, expert, shark, prodigy, artist, professional, authority, wiz, star, crackerjack, whiz, genius.

prodigy (noun)

miracle, rarity, prodigy, phenomenon, oddity, marvel, spectacle, star, sensation, luminary, wonder, mahatma, paragon, stunner, talent, thunderbolt, shocker, curiosity.

sorcerer (noun)

magician, occultist, diviner, charmer, warlock, soothsayer, exorcist, illusionist, witch doctor, prestidigitator, sorcerer, enchanter, necromancer, satanist, witch, demonolater, voodooist, astrologer, conjurer, Demonist.

wizard (noun)

magic, sorcerous, sorcerer, whizz, star, virtuoso, charming, ace, witching, adept, genius, hotshot, magician, magical, sensation, necromancer, supernatural, whiz, wizardly, maven, wiz.

Usage examples for wizard:

  • Still lower, but nearly in front of Ozma, sat the wonderful Wizard of Oz and on a small table beside him was the golden vase from Dorothy's room, into which Scraps had dropped the stolen clover. - "The Patchwork Girl of Oz", L. Frank Baum.
  • Why not, Mr. Wizard? - "Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz", L. Frank Baum..
  • But sure he is a wizard. - "The Armourer's Prentices", Charlotte Mary Yonge.

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